MRHA is a membership organization missioned to enhance the health and well-being of rural populations in Minnesota through leadership, advocacy, education and collaboration.
MRHA is the leading advocacy organization for promoting better health outcomes and improving accessibility, affordability and high quality health care for rural populations in Minnesota.
The Minnesota Rural Health Association (MRHA) was created in 1994 with the help of the Minnesota Department of Health's Office of Rural Health, Minnesota Rural Partners and the Minnesota Center for Rural Health. The impetus for the creation of MRHA was a series of discussions and focus groups that identified the need for an organization that advocated for rural health issues.
MRHA is a membership organization that exists to help rural citizens, health care providers and organizations learn about how public policy issues may affect them and to teach them how to advocate for their interests. MRHA itself is truly a rural organization with board and staff who themselves live and work in rural communities.
How to become a member?
Please fill out the official membership form and return it with your membership fee.
Join us in being a strong voice for rural health care issues in Minnesota.